The Min system is unique among Human systems in that its main focus is not a star but, instead, a rogue gas giant with four orbiting moons. The system lacks resources or much of interest. Still, life has found a way to inhabit this system. Bioluminescent bacteria exist on Min 1b and a small group of settlers have even established an encampment there.
Discovered in 2473 in an unlikely nexus of jump points, the tiny system of Min is an anomaly as most known jump points converge around stars. It is a scientific mystery how Min accquired them.
Min I, a rogue planet, is a gas giant dominated by ammonia clouds. Unattached to any known star it is drifting through space and pulling four orbiting moons along with it.
Moons (as planets)
An uninhabited, rocky moon that was strip-mined long ago.
Min 1b is the largest moon orbiting the rogue gas giant. It has a thin atmosphere and is surprisingly warm because of the thermal heating produced by its eccentric orbit around Min I.
The smallest moon in orbit around Min I.
A rocky moon whose landscape is dotted with impact craters.
Known jump points
|Min - Nexus||Large||Nexus system|
|Min - Ellis||Small||Ellis system|